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In one line: Record U.S. hospitalizations likely by Thanksgiving; new French national lockdown likely.
28th Oct 2020 11:32U.S.
In one line: Rising test positivity means new record high U.S. cases are inevitable.
23rd Oct 2020 11:40U.S.
In one line: Cases rising faster than testing as positivity increases across the U.S.
21st Oct 2020 13:14U.S.
In one line: U.S. cases rising rapidly across the Midwest; positivity nudging up?
19th Oct 2020 13:37U.S.
In one line: The surge in U.S. cases is uneven; overall test positivity is stable.
16th Oct 2020 13:09U.S.
In one line: U.S. Covid cases are rising, but Europe's are out of control.
13th Oct 2020 13:05U.S.
In one line: The U.S. is on a knife-edge as cases and hospitalizations rise again.
9th Oct 2020 11:58U.S.
In one line: High test positivity rates leave many states vulnerable to Covid outbreaks.
7th Oct 2020 11:15U.S.
In one line: New U.S. cases have flattened; no real progress in Europe.
5th Oct 2020 12:19U.S.
In one line: U.S. cases rising, but slowly; no clear peak yet in Western Europe.
2nd Oct 2020 11:51U.S.
In one line: U.S. cases and hospitalizations are rising; deaths now barely falling.
30th Sep 2020 11:19U.S.
In one line: U.S. cases rising slowly; no clear geographic pattern in the numbers.
28th Sep 2020 12:09U.S.
In one line: Rising U.S. hospitalizations suggest cases increasing among older people.
25th Sep 2020 11:32U.S.
In one line: The U.S. situation is deteriorating; hospitalizations jumped yesterday.
23rd Sep 2020 10:46U.S.
In one line: U.S. Hospitalizations still falling, but could start to rise again soon.
21st Sep 2020 12:01U.S.
An Interruption to the Downward Trend in U.S. Cases, or a Reversal?
18th Sep 2020 13:07U.S.
The decline in U.S. hospitalizations is slowing; test positivity still high.
16th Sep 2020 11:08U.S.
U.S. Test Positivity is Stuck At 5%; Europe's Second Wave Persists
14th Sep 2020 11:59U.S.
U.S. Cases Falling Again but the Positive Test Rate is Stubbornly High
11th Sep 2020 11:35U.S.
In one line: New U.S. cases are falling again; Europe's second wave is still increasing.
9th Sep 2020 11:00U.S.
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